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|Born||Ronald York Wilson
December 6, 1907
|Died||February 10, 1984
|Education||Central Technical School, Ontario College of Art, and Detroit Institute of Art|
|Known for||Painter, muralist|
He is known for his murals at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre, the Salvation Army Headquarters, Imperial Oil Building, Bell Telephone Building, and Central Hospital. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
- Lela M. Wilson. Edited by Sandra Dyck (1997). York Wilson: His Life and Work, 1907-1984. Carleton University Press. ISBN 0-88629-337-5.
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